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Tuesday, 23 February 2016
Vasilis Koloulias, Director eGovlab.

eGovlab at the Department of Computer and Systems Sciences in Kista develops technology and smart processes for improving communication between citizens and public authorities. Starting at the beginning of next year, the EU project e-Skills Match will also be coordinated from here.

Thursday, 18 February 2016
PROCESSES IN POLICY-MAKING We visualized main activities and main outputs delivered, comparing the differences in the details of different processes

On the 18th-19th of Feb 2016, eGovlab hosted an exciting workshop for WP2 and WP6 consortium members. The goal of this workshop was to map policy processes as experienced by the end user engagement partners.

Thursday, 08 October 2015
CIO:s from 25 nations gathered at the 49th ICA conference in Stockholm.

CIO’s from over 25 nations and organizations participated to the 49th ICA Conference (International Council for Information Technology in Government Administration – ICA) hosted by eGovlab at stockholm University’s Department of Computer and Systems Sciences and the Swedish Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation. The conference took place between the 6th– 9th of September in Stockholm. The proceedings were opened by Mehmet Kaplan, the Swedish Minister of Housing and Urban Development.

Thursday, 08 October 2015
Vasilis Koulolias, Director at eGovlab at Stockholm University, presents open innovation to the EU.

Vasilis Koulolias, Director at eGovlab at Stockholm University, presented how open innovation and co-creation in the public sector can generate jobs in Sweden, starting from the Stockholm region. The event was hosted by the EU Committee of the Regions in Brussels on October 1st, 2015.

Friday, 02 October 2015
Somya Joshi, Department of Computer and Systems Sciences and eGovlab at Stockholm University.

Somya Joshi wins best paper presentation award at the international conferences ICT4S – ICT for Sustainability 2015. The paper: Fairness and Sustainability: Motivating Change in the Networked Society, is written by Somya Joshi and Tessy Cerratto Pargman at the Department of Computer and Systems Sciences (DSV) and eGovlab at Stockholm University.